Administrative Not specified Full Time jobs in Columbia JH at Howard CountyHospital You need to sign in or create an account to save Similar jobs Maryland, United States Save CO Clinic Manager Johns Hopkins University Apply(This will open in a new window from which you will be automatically redirected to an external site after 5 seconds) Save CO Patient Service Coordinator/CMA TheDepartment of Psychiatry is seeking aClinical SocialWorkerto provide services and continuity of care toclients/patients seen in the Howard County General HospitalEmergency Department. Psychiatric evaluation and diagnosis ofpsychiatric disorders and Substance Abuse Evaluations. Works withmulti-disciplinary team in the Emergency Department to providequality psychiatric service. Obtains all insurance authorizationsnecessary to treat patients. Knowledgeable of Mental HealthResources in Maryland and proficient in formulating andimplementing treatment and disposition plans. Documents allclinical activity in accordance with Johns Hopkins, and State ofMarylandregulations.DutiesandResponsibilities:Responds in timely manner to request from EmergencyDepartment Physician for psychiatricConsultation.Performs psychiatric assessment, formulates diagnosisand in consultation with referring physician recommends andcompletes appropriatedisposition.Discusses case with Attending Physician to determineif the patient has been cleared medically and to determine why aconsult isrequested.Provides requesting physician with results ofassessment and dispositionplan.Reviewschart, obtains all insurance authorizations necessary beforeproviding service topatient.Contacts necessary insurance providers’ and obtainsauthorizations needed to complete disposition and documents inchart.Interview patient and performs psychosocialassessment, mental status examination and past psychiatrichistory.Contacts family or any collateral informantsnecessary to provide information necessary to complete anassessment.Formulates an appropriate treatment/disposition planfor patient.Develops knowledge base of Mental Health ServiceSystem necessary to make the most appropriate clinicaldisposition.Effectively troubleshoots all systems when problemsarise in effecting a clinically necessarydisposition.Assuresthat all appropriate documentation is complete according tostandards to carry out treatment/dispositionplan.Completes all contacts necessary to arrange forappropriate disposition of case and independently resolves problemswith complicateddispositions.Isaware of time constraints of patient flow in the emergencydepartment and paces wore accordingly; and consistently evaluatesall patients duringshift.Provides appropriate sign out either verbally orwritten on clinical and disposition status of patients to nextshift staffmember.Worksas a Team Member with all members of the Evening/Weekend EmergencyConsultationteam.Attendsall Staff meetings and administrative meetings asassigned.Develops and maintains collegial working relationshipwith all EDStaff.Documentation:Provides documentation of all clinical andnonclinicalactivities.Maintains client files in appropriate manner andcomplies with Johns Hopkins accepted record keepingpractices.Chartsare above 85% complete at chartreviews.Knowledgeable and can implement all State of Maryland/Insurance/ and Federal mandateddocumentation.Documents clinical assessment of all clientsevaluated on the JHH StandardPES.Evaluation form. Assessment information on PES has95% completionrate.Documents all activities according tostandards.This is a required attendance,onsite, clinical operationsposition.MinimumQualifications:Master’s degree from a program accredited by theCouncil on Social Work Education or an equivalent organizationapproved by the Council on Social Work Education. Licensed as aLMSW in the State of Maryland. Two (2) years emergency room orpediatrics social work experience. Must complete sufficientcontinuing medical education (CME) credits to satisfy Marylandlicense/license renewal requirements.Must maintain current licensureand certification during duration ofemployment.Additional Knowledge, Skills, andAbilities:Workrequires the knowledge of theories, principles, and conceptstypically acquired through completion of a Master’s degree inSocial Work.Workrequires the analytical skills to resolve problems that require theuse of basic scientific, mathematical, or technicalprinciples.Workrequires the ability to communicate effectively both orally and inwriting and provide empathy in difficult interpersonalsituations.Workrequires occasionally using a keyboard to interact with computersystem.Workrequires proofreading and/or reviewingdocuments.PhysicalRequirements:Sitting, standing and walking for extended period.Reaching by extending hand(s) or arm(s) in any direction. Fingerdexterity required to manipulate objects with fingers rather thanwith whole hand(s) or arm(s). Ability to move standard equipmentthrough a hospital or clinicalenvironment.WorkingConditions:Work isgenerally performed in the Emergency Department where theconditions can be unpleasant and/orhazardous.Requires varying shifts, days, nights, weekends, andholidays.Classified Title: COClinical Social Worker Role/Level/Range:ACRP/03/MBStarting Salary Range:$45,195.00 -$62,225.00; Commensurate with experienceEmployee Group:Full TimeSchedule:Various, including evenings, nights,holidays, and weekendsExempt Status: ExemptLocation:JH at Howard County GeneralHospitalDepartment Name:Pyschiatry CommunityHospitalsPersonnel Area:School ofMedicineThe successful candidate(s)for this position will be subject to a pre-employment backgroundcheck.If you are interested inapplying for employment with The Johns Hopkins University andrequire special assistance or accommodation during any part of thepre-employment process, please contact the HR Business ServicesOffice [email protected] For TTY users, call via MarylandRelay or dial 711.The followingadditional provisions may apply depending on which campus you willwork. 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Online advertised vacancies were up 500 in Vermont in contrast to a nationwide drop of 43,500 in September to 3,947,100, according to The Conference Board Help Wanted OnLine Data Series released today. The September drop follows a decline of 164,000 in August and a decrease of 217,000 in July. The Supply/Demand rate stands at 3.50, indicating there were 3.5 unemployed for every online advertised vacancy in August, the latest monthly data available for unemployment.– Labor demand retrenches in the 2nd and 3rd Quarters after an impressive start in Q1– Since March, labor demand down by 500,000 (11 percent)– Losses widespread across States and occupations– Nationally, there are 10 million more unemployed (9.98 million) than advertised vacancies “In the last six months, labor demand has experienced a drop of 500,000, cutting sharply into the gain of 763,000 at the beginning of the year,” said June Shelp, Vice President at The Conference Board. “This narrows the average monthly gain for 2011 to 29,000.” The slowdown, however, varies widely for different occupations. In legal occupations, labor demand stalled as early as the beginning of 2010, but in the last six months it has dropped 23 percent to 21,600 in September. In contrast, advertised vacancies for production workers gained steadily since mid-2009 until July 2011, but in the last two months, it dipped further. It is now down 10 percent to 117,000 in September. REGIONAL AND STATE HIGHLIGHTSIn September:Like the U.S., many States now have flat or downward trendsThe South and Midwest post modest gains while Northeast and West declineIn September, the Northeast posted a decline of 29,100, reflecting drops in all of its large States. Pennsylvania experienced the largest drop, 18,500, cancelling earlier gains in July and August. Massachusetts dropped 3,200, New Jersey fell 3,100, and New York lost 2,700. Among the smaller States in the region, New Hampshire and Connecticut dropped by small margins, 300 and 200 respectively, while Vermont and Rhode Island gained 500 and 100 respectively.Labor demand in the West was down 18,400 in September and was led by the region’s largest State,California, which declined 16,800 to a total of 423,600. Washington State lost 5,100. Colorado rose 1,100, and Arizona gained a mere 300. Among the small States in the West, New Mexico gained 1,200,Utah gained 600, Idaho rose 500, and Nevada lost 1,000.The South posted a gain of 8,900, reflecting slight gains in four out of six of its large States in September. Florida experienced the largest gain, 1,400. Next was Texas with a gain of 1,200. Maryland rose 400, and North Carolina gained 200. The region’s large States posting declines were Virginia, down 2,600 to 128,100, and Georgia, down 1,500 to 100,100. Among the smaller States in the South, Alabama gained 1,900, Oklahoma rose 1,400, and Arkansas gained 100 while Tennessee dipped 100.In September, the Midwest was up 3,100, reflecting a gain of 4,100 in Ohio and a 2,100 increase inMichigan. Illinois experienced the largest September drop, 5,300. The region’s other States with declines included Minnesota, down 1,700, Wisconsin, down 1,000, and Missouri, down 900. Among the less populous States in the region, Indiana and North Dakota experienced gains of 2,000 and 900 respectively, and Iowa and South Dakota fell 1,700 and 1,000 respectively.The Supply/Demand rate for the U.S. in August (the latest month for which unemployment numbers are available) stood at 3.50, indicating that there are 3.5 unemployed workers for every online advertised vacancy. Nationally, there are 10 million (9.98 million) more unemployed workers than advertised vacancies. The number of advertised vacancies exceeded the number of unemployed only in North Dakota, where the Supply/Demand rate was 0.94. States with the next lowest rates included South Dakota (1.39), Nebraska (1.54), Alaska (1.69), Vermont (1.78), and New Hampshire (1.89). The State with the highest Supply/Demand rate is Mississippi (7.39), where there are over 7 unemployed workers for every online advertised vacancy. There are a few other States in which there are over five unemployed for every advertised vacancy. These include Alabama (5.29), South Carolina (5.29), and Kentucky (5.08).It should be noted that the Supply/Demand rate only provides a measure of relative tightness of the individual State labor markets and does not suggest that the occupations of the unemployed directly align with the occupations of the advertised vacancies (see Occupational Highlights section).OCCUPATIONAL HIGHLIGHTSIn September:Demand for workers in Sales and Related, Management, and Computer and Mathematical Science dropsDemand for Healthcare Practitioners and Technical occupations and Office and Administrative Support risesAmong the top 10 occupation groups with the largest numbers of online advertised vacancies, Healthcare Practitioners and Technical occupations posted the largest increase, 17,900, to 531,600. Largely responsible for the gain were increased vacancies for Registered Nurses. The number of advertised vacancies in this occupational category continues to outnumber job-seekers by over two to one (0.48 S/D based on August data, the latest unemployment data available).Demand for Office and Administrative Support occupations rose 17,000 to 438,600. This followed an August drop of 30,000. Occupations that underwent increases in September included Customer Service Representatives, Receptionists and Information Clerks, General Office Clerks, and Executive Secretaries and Administrative Assistants. The number of unemployed in these occupations remains above the number of advertised vacancies with nearly 4 (3.97) unemployed for every advertised vacancy.In September, labor demand for Sales and Related workers declined by 20,000 to 502,000. This decline, following an August drop of 47,800, was led by a decrease in demand for Wholesale and Manufacturing Sales Representatives, First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Retail Sales Workers, and Retail Salespeople. The number of unemployed in this occupational category continues to outnumber the number of advertised vacancies by close to 3 to 1 (S/D of 2.84).Labor demand for Management workers declined in September by 17,700 to 377,900, led largely by a decrease in demand for Marketing Managers, Branch or Department Financial Managers, and Sales Managers. Demand for workers in this occupational category has fallen 90,000 since May. There are close to 2 unemployed for every advertised vacancy in this occupational category (S/D of 1.85).Labor demand for Computer and Mathematical Science workers declined in September by 13,400 to 518,800, led largely by a decrease in demand for Web Developers, Database Administrators, Computer Systems Analysts, Computer Programmers, and Network and Computer Systems Administrators. This occupational category has experienced a drop of 89,000 vacancies since May; however, job opportunities still remain favorable in this occupational category with about 3 ads for every job-seeker (S/D of 0.29).Architecture and Engineering occupations posted a September drop of 10,100, contributing to a third-quarter drop of 34,000; however, job opportunities still remain favorable in this occupational category with just over 1 ad for every job-seeker (S/D of 0.86). Responsible for the September decline are Industrial Engineers and Electrical Engineers.Longer View of Labor Demand for Selected Occupations”The slowdown in labor demand over the last six months varies by occupation,” said Shelp. “Some occupations stalled early and are now declining; others have just stalled over the last few months and yet others are holding steady either at or below their pre-recession levels.” Advertised vacancies inProduction stalled over the last few months after rising steadily since mid-2009. In contrast, advertised vacancies in Legal stalled early in 2010 and have declined sharply in the last six months.Construction and Building and grounds cleaning and maintenance occupations are both holding relatively steady. Construction occupations showed gains but still remained well below their pre-recession highs while Building and grounds is now in line with labor demand levels prior to the official beginning of the recession in December 2007. However, in both of these occupational groups the number of unemployed is still well in excess of the number of advertised vacancies. In August 2011, the latest available data for unemployment, there were just over 14 unemployed job-seekers for every advertised vacancy in building and grounds and 19 job-seekers for every ad in construction.Since the beginning of the year, labor demand was down among a number of high-paying occupations. With the September declines, Computer and Mathematical Science occupations were down 4 percent (-23,000) since January while Management positions were down 11 percent (-48,000). Community and Social Service positions were down 15,000, a drop of 24 percent, since January. However, the job market was not as difficult for these job-seekers. Based on August data, there are about 2 unemployed for every advertised vacancy in Community and social service (2.10) and Management (1.85). In contrast, there are about 3 openings for every unemployed job-seeker in Computer and mathematical science (0.29). METRO AREA HIGHLIGHTSWashington, D.C., Oklahoma City, Boston, and Honolulu have the lowest Supply/Demand ratesIn September, 42 of the 52 metropolitan areas for which data are reported separately posted over-the-year increases in the number of online advertised vacancies. Among the three metro areas with the largest numbers of advertised vacancies, the New York metro area was down 8,100, or 3.3 percent, from itsSeptember 2010 level and the Washington, DC metro area was down 400, or 0.3 percent, from last year. In contrast, the Los Angeles metro area was up 4,000, or 2.6 percent, from last year’s level.The number of unemployed exceeded the number of advertised vacancies in all of the 52 metro areas for which information is reported separately. Washington, DC continues to have the most favorable Supply/Demand rate (1.32) with about one advertised vacancy for every unemployed worker. Oklahoma City, Boston, and Honolulu were metropolitan locations where there were fewer than two unemployed looking for work for every advertised vacancy. On the other hand, metro areas in which the respective number of unemployed is substantially above the number of online advertised vacancies include Riverside, CA ‘ where there are nearly ten unemployed people for every advertised vacancy (9.91) ‘ Miami (6.15),Sacramento (5.70), Detroit (5.26), and Los Angeles (5.03). Supply/Demand rate data are for July 2011, the latest month for which unemployment data for local areas are available.PROGRAM NOTESThe Conference Board Help Wanted OnLine® Data Series measures the number of new, first-time online jobs and jobs reposted from the previous month on more than 1,200 major Internet job sites and smaller job sites that serve niche markets and smaller geographic areas.Like The Conference Board’s long-running Help Wanted Advertising Index of print ads (which was published for over 55 years and discontinued in October 2008 but continues to be available for research), the new online series is not a direct measure of job vacancies. The level of ads in print and online can change for reasons not related to overall job demand.With the December 1, 2008 release, HWOL began providing seasonally adjusted data for the U.S., the nine Census regions and the 50 States. Seasonally adjusted data for occupations were provided beginning with the December 2009 release. This data series, for which the earliest data are for August 2005, continues to publish not seasonally adjusted data for 52 large metropolitan areas.People using this data are urged to review the information on the database and methodology available on The Conference Board website and contact us with questions and comments. Background information and technical notes and discussion of revisions to the series are available at: http://www.conference-board.org/data/helpwantedonline.cfm(link is external).The underlying online job listings data for this series is provided by Wanted Technologies Corporation. Additional information on the Bureau of Labor Statistics data used in this release can be found on the BLS website, www.bls.gov(link is external).The Conference BoardThe Conference Board is a global, independent business membership and research association working in the public interest. Our mission is unique: To provide the world’s leading organizations with the practical knowledge they need to improve their performance and better serve society. The Conference Board is a non-advocacy, not-for-profit entity holding 501 (c) (3) tax-exempt status in the United States.WANTED Technologies Corporation.WANTED is a leading supplier of real-time sales and business intelligence solutions for the media classified and recruitment industries. Using its proprietary On-Demand data mining, lead generation and CRM (Customer Relationship Management) integrated technologies, WANTED aggregates real-time data from thousands of online job sites, real estate and newspaper sites, as well as corporate websites on a daily basis. WANTED’s data is used to optimize sales and to implement marketing strategies within the classified ad departments of major media organizations, as well as by staffing firms, advertising agencies and human resources specialists. For more information, please visit: http://www.wantedtech.com(link is external).SOURCE The Conference Board NEW YORK, Sept. 28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ —
Oskar Fröberg, AbiosOskar Fröberg is the CEO of Abios, a data and odds supplier focused on the wide world of esports. Fröberg is joining the Betting on Esports panel focused on data, the challenges that come with it in esports markets but also how to harness it to succeed. Alongside him on this panel will be Pinnacle Trading Director Marco Blume, Sportradar Head of Esports James Watson, and Pavol Krasnovsky, CEO of RTSmunity. HLTV’s Per Lombaek will moderate. Esports Insider: Why did you decide to speak at Betting on Esports this year?Oskar Fröberg: First of all we think that Betting on Esports is a great place to meet the other actors in the industry and also some of our existing customers. It is also inspiring to see how far the regular sports data industry has come and compare it with esports. While esports data still has a far way to go and we have much to learn from regular sports, there are also substantial differences which are interesting to discuss. Perhaps the most obvious difference is that esports is completely digital which enables far more detailed statistics and data to be gathered and leveraged than in regular sports.“We think that Betting on Esports is a great place to meet the other actors in the industry and also some of our existing customers”There are endless possibilities with regards to the esports data and we love to speak about them and discuss them with other parties.ESI: Abios started out as a B2C tool for fans of different esports providing them with live scores, data and such. Why the shift? Oskar: First of all, Abios was originally never intended to only be a B2C calendar website for esports. The idea was always to either transition into betting or data sales. Over the years, after we launched our calendar in 2013, we received many inquiries about granting access to our data and a lot of questions on how we managed to keep it live updated for every single tournament and match of relevance. It was therefore a very natural transition for us to start providing some of the leading brands in esports with data. When we realised that our data was in high demand and of high value we decided to make the 100% shift into B2B sales of data.ESI: Where do you see the future of regulated esports betting going? Do you ever see the game publishers working with this industry?Oskar: I expect to see a continued and very strong growth in regulated esports betting. I do however expect it to increase gradually over time and I do not think esports betting will be able to compare itself with regular sports betting for several more years. Seeing as the viewership numbers are already very high, the willingness to bet in esports has been proven and the audience is coming of age to have a disposable income I still think that the regulated esports betting industry has a tremendous future.“I expect to see a continued and very strong growth in regulated esports betting”Just looking at the kind of data we are able to collect and provide at Abios, there will be opportunities and a depth to esports betting never before seen in regular sports. Live betting in esports still has a long way to come due to issues with delays and accessibility of data amongst other issues. I think that some of the game publishers will work with the industry while some will not, at least in the short term.ESI: How has the past year been for Abios as a business in this space?Oskar: The past year for Abios has been amazing and a great deal of fun to boot. We have not only developed our API and products immensely but also had the pleasure to work with many industry leading companies. As many other actors probably have experienced, one needs to be patient with regards to generating high revenues in the esports industry.“I think that some of the game publishers will work with the industry while some will not, at least in the short term”Seeing as Abios is the world’s first and leading B2B data sales company in esports it seems like we have found a way to monetise our information and data. We do however expect an increased level of competition in the space going forward.ESI: What can attendees expect to hear from your involvement in the ‘Data, Data, Data’ panel at Betting on Esports in September? Oskar: People can expect to hear about our experience in both esports and data sales within the space.“Esports needs to be treated differently from regular sports and, vitally, it needs to be looked at on a game by game basis”Even though esports contains a lot more data than regular sports, I would regardless claim that it is very complicated to build well functioning data collection and distribution structures due to the exceedingly different natures of the games and tournament formats. In my opinion, esports needs to be treated differently from regular sports and, vitally, it needs to be looked at on a game by game basis.Betting on Esports 2017 is taking place at the Olympia in London over September 13-15. It’ll have six esports panels with over 25 speakers and a dedicated esports exhibition zone where Abios will be one of those exhibiting. It’s a part of #boscon2017 which’ll have over 1,000 delegates in attendance.Find out more about it here
The fifth international basketball friendship tournament, which was opened on Thursday evening in the University Hall in Tuzla, gathered teams from six countries in Europe. This is a cadet basketball tournament that is traditionally organized by KK Salians Falcons from Tuzla.Group A is Salinas Falcons, Partizan Beograd, Vearlose Kopenhagen, Lattera Ivrea from Italy, and Group B is OKK Sloboda Tuzla, Yucetepespor from Ankara, Radnički-Foka Kragujevac and Trogir from Croatia.Last year’s winners, Yucetepespor from Ankara will defend their title at this tournament.This year BC Vaerlose from Copenhagen will participate as well, and they are in first place in Denmark and Skandinavia.The first games were played last night, and a lot of excitement is expected on the court on 1 September at the finals.
15 000 plus people are expected to pour into the stadium today to watch the final game of the season.The stakes couldn’t get any higher than this, the winner to have bragging rights as champions of rugby league in the country.Being seasoned grand finalists, the Gurias will want to make right their wrongs after their humiliating 34-8 loss to the Hela Wigmen in last year’s grand final.For the Lions, waiting nearly two decades to play in a grand final is more than enough motivation to drive the Simbu boys home to a win.In their two meets this season, both sides came away with a win each.The Lions narrowly beat the Gurias 12-10 at home in round 12.Round 15 saw the Gurias take their revenge at Kalabond when they thrashed the Lions 34-6.The grand final kicks off at 3pm.Before this will be the curtain raiser which is the third and fourth place play off between the Hela Wigmen and Lae Tigers at 12pm.